Pest management has been a major challenge for as long as there has been agriculture. For greenhouses, in particular, growers find themselves dealing with a variety of different pest species. Flying insects are some of the most significant threats, with infestations being difficult to prevent and even more challenging to manage.
Species like tobacco whiteflies, thrips, and cicadas are among the most specific threats to cultivation greenhouses. They spread rapidly and can damage entire crops very quickly following initial identification. Almost any type of plant is at risk, including tomatoes, lettuce, ornamental flowers, herbs, cannabis, and hydroponic farming.
Conventional Pest Solutions Often Fail to Deliver
There are many potential solutions for dealing with these pests, most of which deliver subpar results or have excessive downsides. Sprays are one ...